Hotel des Poetes
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... 2700 BC) monolith/tomb. At the monolith site (and elsewhere in the countryside) we saw trees that had the bark stripped off. We weren't sure what was going on until we took a closer look and realized the bark was being harvested to make corks and cork products. After an awesome descent, it was time for a quick shower and our guides dumped us on the bus back to Girona where we said good bye to all our cycling friends. Mike drove us out of Girona, Spain ...
We woke about 7.30am to a partly cloudy day. We'd opened our doors to the balcony during the night as Ang was feeling stuffy and having a restless sleep. We skipped breakfast again and were on the road at 10am. We we flexible about where we stayed tonight subject to being within about an hour of Perpignan for when we return the car in two days. Rather that continue to drive along the coast roads we took the highways as indicated by the GPS. We travelled about ...
Day 19 - Tuesday, 23rd September, 2014
Happy Birthday to Gilly for today.
After breakfast and a torrid nights sleep due to Gilly's very abnormal snoring, we drove the couple of miles to the French Foreign Legion Museum. It was closed!! It only opens Wednesday to Sunday. Not a good start to the day.
So we drove off in the direction of Le Cap D'Agde our destination for the night. ...
... since last year but once again the food was superb. Sitting outside during a balmy Beziers evening was a pleasure as we were entertained by a local singer/guitarist who fancied himself as a Franco George Benson........."On Broadway"
Il est tres bon!!
Qiite a large number of people in town tonight for "Les Jeudis en Beziers". Every Thursday evening in summer there is a big wine tasting/tapas evening in the town square. 5 Euros for a glass and off you go.
... filled with the round bales of hay that amused Rosemarie nearly 30 years ago on her first trip to Spain! Even more excitement followed when we got stuck in our first toll booth. The French toll booths require credit cards with embedded chips -- and the automatic machines don't take cash! We learned this the hard way and got stuck with cars honking behind us. So, Rosemarie got ...